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Linda Wilson, Book Reviewer

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Evangelical Landscapes

by Linda Wilson

“North American evangelicalism is the community-of communities in which I have made my own religious way,“ explains the author. “I present these essays, therefore, with the love of a family memberÃ’critical, yes, but... Read More

Book Review

Shared Grace

by Linda Wilson

Rarely has the story of those with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) or Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD) been presented with such compassion and clarity. Three professionals—a Jewish psychologist, Bilich, a Christian minister,... Read More

Book Review

The Challenge of Jesus

by Linda Wilson

Was Jesus God? Was Jesus the promised, long-awaited Messiah? How did he view “the Kingdom of God?” Does the resurrection matter, and if it does, what did it mean to the people of Jesus’ time? How did Jesus view himself?... Read More

Book Review

The Pastoral Nature of Theology

by Linda Wilson

This book explores the way in which the historical and cultural setting of theology has a seminal influence on its nature. We will see how theology always has and still does arise out of pastoral concern. In doing so, we will challenge... Read More

Book Review

Divine Expectations

by Linda Wilson

After waiting on a hilltop along the Schuylkill River near Philadelphia for several days for Christ’s return, Clorinda Minor and other followers of William Miller, a Baptist preacher, had fallen asleep after the hour had come and gone.... Read More

Book Review

The Menopause Diet

by Linda Wilson

“I never exercised, ate the recommended high carbohydrate diet espoused by the AMA, ADA and fashionable fitness magazines and relied upon my great genes to get me through life. And all was well until I turned 40.” So begins Larrian... Read More

Book Review

Don't Stop The Career Clock

by Linda Wilson

“We grow old, not by living a certain number of chronological years, but by becoming idle in mind, body and purpose. We are told it’s time to grow old, and others expect it, and we defer and play our part.” Thus Harkness sets the... Read More

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